Wicked warts was concocted because my 9 year old son had these pesky little boogers on his knee and I knew there was no way that he would allow a doctor to freeze them off!! So I did my research and came up with this blend. I tried it on my son and amazingly the warts started to disappear within 24 hours!!!
What is a wart? A wart is typically a small, hard, benign growth on the skin that’s caused by a virus. They are usually found on fingers, hands, elbows and the knee area — areas where the skin is more likely to have blemishes or be broken.If you have broken skin of any sort, warts have a much easier entry point and are more likely to develop. Warts take form by causing infections when the virus comes in contact with your skin. It seems that some people are more susceptible to warts than others. Children are more likely to encounter warts since their immune defenses have not built up like an adult. Regardless, it’s important to know that you can get warts simply by touching a wart on someone else’s body or by touching items that have been in contact with a wart such as a towel.
HOW TO USE:First gently clean the affected area. Then, take a cotton ball and from the jar. Squeeze out a little of the excess so that it does not drip, but not all so that the cotton ball is mostly saturated with the mixture. Place the cotton ball on top of the wart, then gently cover with a bandage and leave it covered for 4-6 hours, reapply at bedtime (you can sleep with this on) and remove in the morning. Continue this two times a day until the wart is completely gone. Once the warts have completely fallen off, apply Hey Boo 2-3 times a day for 5-7 days to affected area. Do not use for longer than 7 days in a row. If wart doesn’t fall off within 7 days, stop use and call your medical provider.
Dropper Bottle: Soak a small piece of cotton with the oil mix and place over wart, then cover with a bandage. keep it covered for 4-6 hours, remove bandage and wash area.
*****Always start with a small amount to test for skin sensitivity or allergies before applying to a larger area.
***Do not use on or near genital areas. Do no ingest. Keep away from the eyes. Not meant to cure, treat or heal
NOT FOR USE ON SKIN TAGS-if you are looking for skin tag removal, try our Hair of my Skinny Skin Skin
You may want to use a larger bandage so that the cotton ball stays clean and in place. Apply this bandage in the morning and another fresh one at night. Wear as long as possible and continue the process until the wart has diminished or fallen off the skin. Do not use for more than 7 consecutive days. If skin becomes irritated, stop using immediately and seek medical attention.
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Ingredients: Oregano, Lavender, Eucalyptus, Frankincense, Lemon, Tea Tree, Coconut oil, Apple Cider Vinegar, Vitamin E, Castor Oil
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